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Epidural block Ultrasound Simulator™

Apr 30th 2018

Allows training in Ultrasound-guided centroneuraxial imaging and epidural needle placement. Internal landmarks: spinous processes, lamina, articular processes, transverse processes, yellow ligament and dura, sacrum and iliac crests. The models includes an optional video camera with a tablet to facilitate direct optical confirmation of the correct needle and catheter placement. Using ULTRASOUND TISSUE SIMULATOR™ (TST) technology for realistic feel, the actual tactile experience and loss of residence is very similar to that in human tissue. Likewise, the ultrasound images are very similar to those obtained in patients of similar size. Although physically appearing small-foot-printed, the EPDIURAL ULTRASOUND SIMULATOR is molded based on 75 kg human and all structures are proportional to those in patients of similar weight. Additional insets available to mimic obese patients. The ultrasound images were obtained from the models. NEW: EPIDURAL BLOCK ULTRASOUND SIMULATOR™ Allows training in Ultrasound-guided centroneuraxial imaging and epidural needle placement. Internal landmarks: spinous processes, lamina, articular processes, transverse processes, yellow ligament and dura, sacrum and iliac crests. The models includes an optional video camera with a tablet to facilitate direct optical confirmation of the correct needle and catheter placement. Using ULTRASOUND TISSUE SIMULATOR™ (TST) technology for realistic feel, the actual tactile experience and loss of residence is very similar to that in human tissue. Likewise, the ultrasound images are very similar to those obtained in patients of similar size. Although physically appearing small-foot-printed, the EPIDURAL ULTRASOUND SIMULATOR is molded based on 75 kg human and all structures are proportional to those in patients of similar weight. Additional insets available to mimic obese patients. The ultrasound images were obtained from the models.